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. and especially in the age of twitter and book bock. a lot of information came out from those sources and it was not necessarily accurate. >> right. >> we struggle to get the best information that we can to our viewers in a situation awful like nthank you very much it is one of the questions that so many of us aring. we keep going back to what makes a person do this? so many words. some call tragedy and it is it a murder of our most innocent. doctor, picking up on the conversation that yawn and i just had about staying close to the facts. where do you start here? >> everyone of us, partners, - parents and citizens and community members and friends . we are all partners of newtown children. since my early days of yale and i am from that area and i extra sense of pain. now to your question, the facts are, as in aurora and as in arizona and virginia tech as in virtually every single case that the secret service conducted. is it is preceded by an undiagnosed and untreated menal illness. we need to be careful with information that over the last 24 hours, increasing information came in from
. this should be a fun hour. we are here to celebrate and explore a category of bocks that seems to be growing. books both non-fiction and fiction about the supreme court of the united states. the supreme court doesn't seem to come out much during the presidential debates. it generates a lot of bocks. i can tell that from the pile of books on my desk that come in and i never quite get to all of them, unfortunately. the authors we have on the panel illustrate the range of works about the supreme court. we have claire cushman who written a wonderful history on the permit on the court. we have jeffery toobin is as fresh as today's headline or breaking news alert. there's fiction too. anthony francis book is a fast-paced thriller which six justices justices are shot by the second page. a long -- it touches a lot. it teaches a a lot how the supreme court works. then there ared to peppers and art ward who have written several books about the justices and the law correct. -- clerk. you might wonder what do they have in common besides the fact they are about the supreme court. i believe that all the b
help them. >> why did he take the documents in the book. what kind of bock or manuscript it was. >> he had taken a patrol up along the ridge line. he had gone further down the trail to check it out. the has been he was coming up the trail on the other side and he was start told see him. homer had the riffle down like this. he had rifle on the shoulder and homer yelled at him give up, surrender. he started to take the rifle down and homer stitched him. three rounds in the chest. he went over to the body, took out -- went through the pockets, and found this book and other documents.÷= the book was full of medical drawings. it was full of medical drawings and notes. it turned out that he was a medic, he was a north vietnamese army medic. for homer he been in combat and hot at people. he knew he killed them. he never come face to face like this. what you do, of course, you try to not see the humidity of the people you have to kill or are trying to kill you. looking in the book, the drawings were drawn so meticulously. the book was preserved so me dick lousily in the middle of the jungle.
>> dana: is it any surprise your bock is twice as long as gregs? >> eric: >> bob: twice as much to say. >> eric: going on a bus tour? >> eric: that is it for "the five." thanks for watching. >>> welcome to "red eye." i'm greg gutfeld or as i am known in pennsylvania, the pittsburgh pooper. andy, what is coming up on tonight's big show? >> what is behind the united states birthrate plunging to the lowest level since it leaked in the 1920s and what does it mean? the shocking answers that will make you go out and make some babies. and are they creating scum villages? some say ya and others 8 -- others say nay. and what poll says is the best sitcom of all time, the best. >> guess what, andy. i am getting back on the bus. >> you are getting back on the bus, greg? >> i am getting back on the bus. >> when? >> december 15th to the 17th, but i don't know where. you will have to go to my facebook page and tell me where you would like me to go. and don't say andy's colon. >> i am not saying that. >> by the way, i think we have people asking what it was like on the bus. i believe we have ta
, they don't want to let the kids get carried away on what they read on line and twitter and book bock. - facebook. >> what did you say? were you afraid it would happen to your school? what if it happened to your school. the teachers would step in and the police would be there and momma and daddy would rush to the school. and so don't be afraid to let your express and put words to and talk about what is inside of him. nand like we were saying, it is it detail that you are sharing with your kids and what is appropriate. and it is it a particular challenge for those kids who are the same age as those kimed in connecticut. - killed in connecticut. >> young school age may not appreciate the permanency of death. will johnny be at the next soccer match and will i get to see him. there might be repeated questions and they might have to talk and let it go and come back again. >> you know, kelly, in many cases of young children it being be the first time they encounter their own sense of mortality. keeping structure and routine at a time like this and they know there is consistency in life. kel
to pass that got them to this point. >> dock workers in the bocks have reached an agreement. long shoremen extended for 30 more days. if they can't agree workers could go on a massive strike. >> another winter storm is dumping snoy on great lakes to the east coast. >> snowfall in the new england area is expected to be 4-8: and she's off. sadey the donkey is getting to know her new family. she broke free from her yard and on the lamb for days. sadey's owner who bought the donkey for his grand kids. decided to give her up for adoption because she was too much to happenedle and i believe she has a new family now. keep it right here. after the break. country star larry gatlin talks to us about the new year. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone deserves the gift of all day pain relief. this season, discover aleve. all day pain relief with just two pills. for their annual football trip. that's double miles you can actually use. tragically, their ddy got sacked by blackouts. but it's our tradition! that's roughing the card holder. but with the capital one venture card you get double miles
sacrificed, and i think he liked that story, the human interest story. it was not a bock review. i thought he did pretty good job. host: the reason i asked because at one point he mentions all the people that supposedly were possible people to complete this third book but he mentions i think diane mcquarter. and somebody told him -- i don't know if you did -- somebody told him that she was rejected because she was not -- what is the word -- she didn't like winston churchill and she was not supportive of him. is that a true story? and did he want you to be a booster of winston churchill? guest: well, stparpgs the first part -- as far as the first part of the question, this is 1999, 2000, i wouldn't bring up a subject like that. we would talk about the red sox. but he did mention that writer. and he didn't say anything to me about her not liking churchill or anything. he indiana offhand thought he was going to treat people of london as victims and he treated them like heroes. he never said paul don't forget i love churchill and you have to love chumrchill. he gave me no guidance. as soon as a
's amy row bock reporting from law makers to mothers this sparked an old debate in the country. all revolving around laws and guns. >> there have been protests and press conference and outcry about whether certain guns should be accessible to people. linda so is here with the latest and i know there's been so much outcry but with a are leaders in washington doing. >> reporter: when the president stood before the devastated families this weekend he pledged action to prevent more tragedies like this in the future. also, some pro gun senators are saying they are open to discussing changes to gun laws. majority leader harry reid says congress will conduct meaningful conversation on a gun laws in the coming weeks. we have learned a newly formed organization called newtown united will send a delegation to dc. the group is calling for better gun control to prevent a similar tragedy from this happening in another community. hundreds of people marched from capitol hill to the national rifeel association -- rifeel association's dc -- rifle association's dc office. michael bloomberg joined vic
] bock tv is on facebook. like us to interact with booktv guests and viewers. watch videos and get up-to-date events. facebook.com/booktv. [inaudible conversations] straying l me. take things from me. [inaudible conversations] >> he's not safe on that bus. there. >> i've been on that bus. >> they are as good as gold. >> all of us in the country were starting to see people coming out and talking about their experience of this phenomena that so many of us had experienced in one way or another. and have had no words for other than adolescence other than growing up. finally people were starting to stand back and say, hold on, this isn't actually normal part of growing up. it's not a normal rite of passage. i think there was a moment where there was a possibility for change, and the director lee hirsch and i decided to start the film out at that feeling that voices were kind of bubbling up, coming up to the surface to say, this isn't something we can accept anymore in the normal part of our culture. >> film maker followed up the award winning film by gathering essays and together in "bully
with the 2012 doomsday. greg gutfeld has not written any of them. >> can you put your bock up? i don't think we promoted it enough. >> joy of hate. the book gave me an incentive to write my own book. here it is. if you look at that. it's called the "hate of joy." >> we hit the budweiser tent. no beer. just chili. >> you know me. momma loves her fried chicken. came to the motherland of fried chicken. it's delicious! >> how is boca rtaon? i always wanted to visit mexico. is it nice? >> it's beautiful. in florida, not mexico. >> big bird. >> dorothy. maker. >> communist. >> oh, yeah. >> 49% unemployment. 45% -- >> yeah. >> unthe employment -- >> 4 million. >> food stamps role. >> you can't eat him. >> good boy. >> a little shaky. >> that is jasper. eight weeks old. he is cute, right? >> another banned phrase of the day. comfortable in my own skin. >> when are you going to ban gratuitous. >> as in the photos of i have of you? >> the president has a big stick. >> i don't see what is so funny, dana. >> my mickname for you when i watch the show at home is honey bo boo. >> do you think politics can rui
, i could write a bock. >> or make an internet video that's actor angus t. jones caught slamming his own tv show. >> if you watch "two and a half men" please stop watching "two and a half men." i'm on it and don't want to be on it. >> reporter: he apologized but may still get his wish. now, to just two men. these two men. in the white house thursday. former rivals on a private lunch date. >> it was acwas an awkward mome when romney looked around and said, so, how much do you want for the place? >> reporter: on the menu white turkey chili with southwestern grilled chicken salad. all that build up. >> the winners tonight. >> i feel like today is the day. >> $580 million jackpot. >> reporter: for the big let down. >> two winning powerball tickets were sold in last night's drawing and will split the record winnings. >> reporter: oh, well, there's always next time and that's the week that was. >> what a week. >> i know. did you play powerball? >> i always play powerball. haven't had any luck, maybe a few dollars here or there. >> our atlanta bureau pool, 16 of us, we split $4. we were sit
there was consequences. >> and if you did read the bocks or the old -- the odd thing is if you had a view of macroeconomics based on what was widely accepted knowledge before the super expectations came in and i asked -- [inaudible] that kind of thing. actually does spectacularly well in this crisis. there's been there eastbound -- there were obviously a lot of people did that. they came with the things that absurd to a lot of people the notion that budget dpef sit would not drive up interest rates that big increase in the monetary base would not be inflationary. it would be a lower recovery than normal we would be against -- [inaudible] all sorts of propositions which turned out to be worn out by eivelts. the try yufm that a lot of the professions threw in the waste paper basket. it was valid. >> and refer back to economic history the notions that there were no bubbles. >> yeah. >> was quite remarkable. anybody who read as i had one of my teachers was charlie who wrote the -- about the history of panics and -- [inaudible] >> and they happened since the beginning of capitalism. one of the
predicted in the bock that obama would support unions above all other human being in government. government -- he fight for green energy and hand that to the contributors. he's fight for high speed rail and hand to the contributors. he produced a guy i can't bailout at gm. he would support the democratic contributors and bankrupt the united states of america. that's exactly what happened. the prediction was made before he put his hand on the bible. he's done anything i say he would do. there were two professors who just left when we got there. the only two guys in the country talk about this. me and glen beck. i said in the beginning they had a theory in order to destroy the country and wipe out capitalism so you to elect somebody willing to cut the afro and put on a gorgeous silk tie. a beautiful family, tell everyone he's not divider. how fair he is and helps to the middle class and overwhelm the system with debt. explode the system with debt and entitlement and get torch the knees begging government to save them. every step of the way. watch it that's what barack obama has done. he pulle
, what the gap was, and they had boxes specially made so they could slide the bocks of cash through the teller windows. what the government said today is that they were turning a completely blind eye to this or at least knew about it and failed to do anything about it, and then, of course, doing business, allowing banks to launder money that was coming from cuba, libya, the sudan, and other countries that are on the list of prohibited countries to do business with at u.s. banks. for all those reasons it was a massive settlement with hsbc. >> it's hard not to assume without slandering or libelling anyone that this was not part of a systemic structure within this bank. to launder this amount of money and for no alarm to be raised suggests there was engagement deliberately by this bank. >> and the government actually maintains here that in some cases, that the hsbc bankers were instructing their customers how to obscure the fact that they were doing business with prohibited countries. so it wasn't merely a failure to take care. it was actually participating and helping some of these co
is approaching this meeting here is a statement we were e-mailed by brendan bock. "tomorrow speaker boehner will attend a meeting where he will continue to stress that the house has already passed legislation to avert the entire fiscal cliff and now the senate must act." so that's helpful. senator schatz, i know you probably just checked into the marriott capitol hill or something, but i don't know, you got any ideas? joining us is someone who i hope will have ideas. democratic senator debbie stabenow. senator stabenow, thank you for being with us tonight. >> absolutely, ezra. and i wanted to thank you for what is a very good summary of where we are. and it is the most frustrating thing i've ever gone through in my entire life, i think. >> i appreciate that. and covering it, what has been striking to me is the level of not just substantive disagreement on things like tax and spending but the procedural breakdown. every procedural effort that gets begun to solve this, either negotiations or the house plan b or maybe reid and mcconnell negotiations, it is dissolving very, very quickly. so wha
ambassador who was the principle imf treaty negotiate and leader. and copy of the bock are available at the back of the room for those of you who would like to purchase one after wards. without further ado, it's my pleasure to happy holidays and turn the program over omar vitamin. >> thank you. it is a pleasure for me to be asked to come here to moderate a panel. my life has been absorbed bit foreign service far long time. i only worked in the foreign service for a year and a half 1956, '57. in moscow sin that time. since that time covered all of blow different ways. sigh e familiar faces but i see a lot of gray hair. that also suggests to me that most of the people in the room remember that there was a cold war and that there was a soviet union. in 1978, the relatively new leader gorbachev signed and agreement with president reagan that we are in effect celebrating today. the 25th anniversary of the, mf treaty. i learned this morning it has a longer name. the treaty between the u.s.a. and the ussr on the elimination of their intermediate range and shorter range missiles and that wer
it is odd for mom to friend you on book bock? think the ayatollais on facebook. he started a community page to get updates and news from him. the plan is back firing. many are liking the page just to criticize him. imagine of that freedom of speech. >> brian: and a u.s. marine locked up in mexico for no good reason and the state department said it is it out of our hands . is that right to you? >> steve: and never saw this coming. a powerful mud slide wipes the train off of its tracks. >> brian: there is camera everywhere. [ man ] ring ring... progresso this reduced sodium soup says it mahelp lower cholesterol, how does it work? you just he to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. i've been fortunate to win on golf's biggest stages. but when joint pain and stiffness from psoriatic arthritis hit, even the smallest things became difficult. i finally understood what serious joint pain is like. i talked to my rheumato
't make a lot of sense. >> that's an answer. come on. by the way, bock b mcdonald, a i like and respect, bob mcdonald -- i like him and agree with him 90% of the time. on this gun issue, i saw jim's report a couple of years back. these gun shows in virginia where he gets a kid that was injured during the virginia tech shooting with an old i.d., and they just start handing him guns. >> he came home with i think about six assault rifles in the trunk of his car. yeah. that was a good day in our household. brought them back to new york. >> places like philadelphia. >> you look at murders across the tri-state area, so many come from virginia in that gun show loophole. bob mcdonald said we need more guns and give teachers guns. you know what? before you arm more people, look at the gun shows in virginia that, again, allow trafficking of these illegal arms up here. i mean, that they are bought legally and end up in the wrong hands. >> they close it after jim's report and mayor bloomberg is doing his own undercover work on this. >> that's one way we show we're not totally serious about cracking
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